14 items from 2010
Just a great episode of Chuck right there, as "Chuck vs. the Aisle of Terror" had everything I could ask for:
The Morgan/Casey odd couple dynamic; Chuck and Sarah getting along on a mission; Jeff and Lester doing ridiculous things; and a long-running storyline coming to the forefront. It was definitely one of my one or two favorites of this fourth season.
Let's get right to the meat and potatoes of this episode, Mary Bartowski. We went into the ep under the impression that she was a bad guy with Volkoff, but had a feeling that she was deep undercover. Mama B admitted to her undercover role early on, and I thought "of course." What was so great was that the show switched back and forth on this angle multiple times over the hour.
When Mary ruins the deal with Dr. Wheelwright and shoots Chuck in the chest, I »
- email@example.com (Quiet Pool)
His distinctive laughter is the only constant in his career. The contagious guffaw, the low-throated "he he he" of Eddie Murphy has served him well ever since he first came to attention on Saturday Night Live in the early 1980s. Murphy's laugh will be heard again as the voice of the good-natured sidekick Donkey in Shrek Forever After, which opens in general release on May 21. The Shrek films, unfortunately, reflect the trajectory of Murphy's movie career as a whole: a great start, followed by a gradual decline into repetition, indifference, and a general dulling of a sharp comedic sensibility.
Dreamgirls gave him a shot at shaking off the wreckage of a long, disastrous stretch in which he played down to a juvenile audience. Following up his Academy Award-nominated turn in an dramatic musical with Norbit may have been financially rewarding, but immediately dumped him back into the lowest-common-denominator slop bucket of The Nutty Professor, »
- Peter Martin
Is there such a thing as screenwriters apologizing for what they're about to do? Paramount has hired Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka to take a crack at the big-screen version of Baywatch. Director Jeremy Garelick, who delivered unto us The Break Up, has already re-written the first script from the team of Jay Scherick and David Ronn, who probably owe a mea culpa for the likes of I Spy, Norbit, Serving Sara and National Security. And now the appointment of new guys seems to confirm that Garelick's taking things in a comic direction. But wait: insiders are saying it'll also be about female-driven action, just like Charlie's Angels. »
THe 30th Annual Razzies have announced their winners and yet again its a doozie. For the most part i can not agree more with the list. Sandra Bullock won this year as did Michael Bay and Paris Hilton and the scifi film BattleField Earth is back to win an award. Here is the winners:
Worst Picture of 2009: Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen: Transformers Revenge of the Fallen for me was not the worst film of 2009 and I think they were wrong on this one but I will admit it was pretty cliche. More robots, more one liners and more of Megan Fox bouncing around showing off her two best assetts.
Worst Actress of 2009: Sandra Bullock, All About Steve: This one I completely agree with. I watched All About Steve with my lady friend and holy mother of beelzebub was this movie horrendous. How Sandra Bullock can »
This evening we get to see all the stars turn out to the biggest night in the Hollywood calendar, that night is indeed the 82nd Academy Awards ceremony. As we gear up to cover the evening with the glitz and glamour that it deserves, we must realise how important it is to keep our feet on the ground! Fortunately there is an awards ceremony that does just that, and it’s name is the Razzies.
Last night, the 2010 Razzie Awards were held and we can now bring you the ‘winners’. It’s interesting to see that even though Sandra Bullock is up for Best Actress in the Oscars, she’s still managed to also scoop the award for worst actress too form All About Steve. I’ve embedded her awesome acceptance speech below.
I’ll let you find the other gems out below. Enjoy!
Razzie 2010 Winners:
Worst Picture of 2009: »
- David Sztypuljak
Has an actor ever won a Razzie and an Oscar in the same year? The answer is no! But Sandra Bullock just might be the first to do so, if she wins the award for Best Actress at tonight’s Academy Awards ceremony. She won the Razzie in the same category during last night’s Razzies (handed out by the Golden Raspberry Award Foundation), for her performance in All About Steve. Good or bad omen? Guess we’ll find out tonight!
Of note, Eddie Murphy picked up the Razzie for Worst Actor of The Decade, nominated 12 times over the last 10 years, and already a winner of 3 Razzies within that time period.
Other Razzie winners (or should we call them losers), courtesy of SlashFilm include:
Worst Picture of 2009:
(Aka Trannies, »
Tonight sees the prestigious (to some people, myself Not included) 2010 Academy Awards, aka the Oscars, taking place in Hollywood, California; but as is usually the case the more interesting award ceremony took place Last night, yes I’m talking about the 2010 Golden Raspberry Awards. More commonly known as the Razzies, the awards celebrate the worst in film. From poor storytelling, bad special effects or purely bad acting, the Razzies are the antithesis to the much-overrated Oscars. This year the Razzies also celebrated a decade of bad movies with awards for Worst Picture of the Decade, Worst Actor of the Decade and Worst Actress of the Decade.
In a brilliant turn of events, actress Sandra Bullock turned up to the Razzies to collect her award for Worst Actress and Worst Screen Couple, both for her film All About Steve. What makes the win so much funnier is that Bullock is also »
Like a true champ, Sandra Bullock stopped at the Razzies and collected her worst-actress trophy for her romantic comedy "All About Steve." The actress also took home the worst screen couple award with her "All About Steve" co-star Bradley Cooper.
"The Blind Side" star is being predicted to take home the Best Actress Oscar award tonight, so it's the best of both worlds for Bullock, the good and the bad, and she's taking everything in stride.
The actress was heard saying: "I think this is an extraordinary award...and I didn't realize that, in Hollywood, all you had to do was say you'd show up, and then you'd get the award. If I'd known that, I would have said I was appearing at the Oscars a long time ago. »
Sandra Bullock warmed up for her big Oscar night by accepting an award as the worst actress.
In the worst actor category, all three Jonas Brothers -- Nick, Joe and Kevin -- won for playing themselves in "Jonas Brothers: The 3-D Concert Experience." They bested Will Ferrell ("Land of the Lost"), Steve Martin ("Pink Panther 2"), Eddie Murphy ("Imagine That") and John Travolta ("Old Dogs").
The big loser of the night with the most "wins" was "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," which nabbed awards for worst picture, director and screenplay. »
The 2010 Razzie nominations were announced today. “Land of the Lost” and “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” led the pack with 7 nominations each, Sandra Bullock and Megan Fox will be battling it out for the Worst Actress Award.
“She could be the first person ever to win a Razzie and an Oscar in the same weekend,”
said John Wilson, founder of the Golden Raspberry Awards, now in their 30th year of singling out Hollywood’s low points.
Other actors and actresses graced with nominations include Will Ferrell, Robert Pattinson, Eddie Murphy, John Travolta, Miley Cyrus, Beyonce, and Julie White who played Shia Labeouf’s mother in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.
The Razzies were set up in 1980 by John Wilson, as a response to the Academy Awards, which is why the ceremony always »
- Allan Ford
Forget about the Oscars for now, let's talk about the Razzies. One day before the prestigious Academy Awards nominations, the Golden Raspberry Awards noms have been announced and it ain't good for both "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" and "Land of the Lost." Both movies earned 7 nominations each.
"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" received nominations for worst film, worst director for Michael Bay, worst screen couple (expanded to include both Shai LeBouf and Megan Fox or LeBouf and any Transformer), worst supporting actress, worst screenplay and worst remake/rip-off.
"Land of the Lost" also received seven nominations for Will Farrell as worst actor and worst screen couple, worst picture, director for Brad Silberling, remake/rip-off, screenplay and supporting actor for Jorma Taccone as Cha-Ka.
Oscar's ugly little stepbrother Razzie announced his nominations this week for the worst movies and performances of 2009, and let's just say there's no shortage of stuff to choose from. The Golden Raspberry Awards are, of course, the annual awards that mock and ridicule all of the terrible blockbusters that we are forced to sit through in a year, and among the biggest offenders this year we have Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Land of the Lost, G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, and Twilight Saga: New Moon. Transformers and Land of the Lost lead the pack with seven nominations each. In an interesting twist, it seems that Sandra Bullock is nominated for Worst Actress for her performance in All About Steve, which means she might actually have a shot at winning both Best Actress at the Oscars and Worst Actress at the Razzies in the same year. Now that's an achievement! »
I don’t have much love for the Razzie Awards. It’s not because I disagree with their choices as much as I find their choices predictable and safe. Instead, they just phone it in with movies most people agree are terrible and then we move along with our day. No controversy, no creativity, no reason to care. Well, I don’t care. Some people do just as some people think Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Land of the Lost are genuinely good movies even though they each scored seven Razzie nominations.
Other “worsts” include Old Dogs, All About Steve and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. Acting nominations are even more non-sensical as they seem to pick actors in bad movies rather than bad performances. Did people walk out of Bride Wars thinking Candice Bergen was one of the worst parts of that movie? Was Will Ferrell one »
- Matt Goldberg
Before the entertainment industry gets swept away by tomorrow morning's Oscar nominees announcement, let's discuss the (arguably) worst movies of the year with the 2010 Razzie nominations. As usual, box office performance has little bearing on eligibility - Transformers 2, and G.I. Joe each took home a handful of noms despite raking in the big bucks. Of course, what is most likely to send hoards of fans into a rage is all the hating on New Moon - the film scored nods for Worst Screen Couple, Worst Screenplay, and Worst Supporting Actor. (Though I doubt the nomination will affect your desire to meet Robert Pattinson in person). I'm actually most amused by the fact that Sandra Bullock can be a Razzie nominee and a potential Oscar nominee in the same year, but check out the full list below and tell me what you think! To see the nominees, just read more. »
14 items from 2010
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners